Get Reactome Events AncestorsSource:
Along with Reactome's events hierarchy, This function will retrieve all the events beginning from your supplied event up to the "Top level Pathway". see "Details section" for more information.
Reactome event's identifier.
rbioapi option(s). See
rba_options's arguments manual for more information on available options.
List which every element is a Data frame listing your supplied event along with it's ancestor events. Because any given event can be part of more than one pathway hierarchy, the list may contain multiple data frames.
By Reactome's definition, Events are the building blocks of biological processes and could be of two main classes: "Pathway" or "Reaction-like events". The events are organized in a hierarchical structure; and each event could be child or parent to another event; The hierarchy will always begin with a "Top level pathway" event. Also note that a given event could be part of more that one hierarchies.
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